SO, WHY USE A FREELANCE COPYWRITER?

  1. Maybe you don't have time to write sparkling web content, blogs or social media posts.  

  2. Perhaps you do have time, but feel confused and unsure what to say.  

  3. Or, maybe you've written all sorts of things, but you want something a bit different.  

 

Be your ideal customer's no.1 choice

To me, it's not about 'telling' your customers about your business. It's about understanding your ideal customer and empathising with their struggles.  Ultimately, it's about showing them why your business should be their no.1 choice.

 

Keep that customer on side 

Imagine your customer reading your web content, blog or marketing materials.  Are they nodding, smiling and engaged? Or do they look bored, unsure and alienated? Let's help them, inspire them and keep them connected with content that resonates and strikes a chord. 

 

 

Tired of industry-speak and jargon?  Me too.

That's why you'll find my whole approach so refreshing. 

I'm easy to work with

 

I take the time to understand your business. I get my head around new concepts, products and ideas and transform the complex into something that makes sense.  A breath of fresh air for your reader - one less headache for you. 

 

 

I am 100% jargon-free

 

I embrace plain English - after all, that's what we all speak. And if you want to connect and intrigue (rather than alienate and confuse) it's important to make your reader feel comfortable.

 

But I want you to feel comfortable too. So, I won't baffle you with marketing speak, I'll just help you to identify and communicate your message to the right people, in the best possible way.  

 

I sound like you

 

I understand that you want your website, blog and marketing materials to sound like you. That's why I write my words, but in your voice.

need some great, jargon-free content for your business?

"Sam just didn't know where to start. She knew her web content, blogs and marketing materials were all important parts of her marketing and pr.  But all of this involved writing things - brilliant nuggets of content - and she felt overwhelmed, deflated and lost."